Realtors to help victims of terrorist attacks The...


September 16, 2001

Realtors to help victims of terrorist attacks

The National Association of Realtors has established a relief fund to help families affected by the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington pay their mortgage or rental costs.

NAR opened the Realtors Housing Relief Fund with a $1 million donation and is urging Realtors nationwide to contribute, either directly to the NAR or through local and state associations.

An NAR spokesman said the association is still working on the criteria for who will be eligible for relief. To make a donation, call 800-874-6500; Realtors can find more information at

News in brief

The Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors' School of Real Estate Inc. is sponsoring an eight-week course on the "Principles and Practice of Real Estate" beginning Tuesday. Held at the GBBR Auditorium in Lutherville, the course runs from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tuition: $200; book fee: $40. Call: 410-337-7200.

W.F. Chesley Real Estate Inc. of Crofton announced the following top associates for August: Bart Johnson, top listings; and Rich Minor, top sales and top settlements.

On the Web

The Building Owners and Managers Association launched an online resource center for indoor air-quality issues. Go to


Tomorrow: O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA will hold a pre-licensing "Principles and Practices in Real Estate" class in Reisterstown. Call: 800-825-3113.

Tuesday: O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA will hold a prelicensing "Principles and Practices in Real Estate" class in Waldorf. Call: 800-825-3113.

Thursday: Tri-Churches Housing Inc. will hold a free homebuying workshop in Baltimore at 6:30 p.m. Call: 410-385-1463.

Thursday: A required workshop for homebuyers participating in the Baltimore County Settlement Expense Loan Program, Incentive Purchase Program and Maryland's low-interest-rate mortgage program will be held at the Eastern Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce. Call: 410-282-9100.

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